Samsung replaced 3 out of 5 cameras in Galaxy S23 Ultra after S22 Ultra

A little more than a week is left before the official presentation of the Galaxy S23 series. Of course, the Galaxy S23 Ultra presents

the greatest interest among Samsung fans andlovers of premium devices in general. And all because of the 200-megapixel ISOCELL HP2 camera, which should challenge the fashionable 1″ Sony IMX989. However, other sensors will also be updated. The information was shared by our beloved UniverseIce with reference to one of the first lucky owners of the flagship. So, the 12-megapixel wide with a capture angle of 120 degrees is no longer Sony IMX563, but IMX564 with the same technical parameters, and the front camera has changed more globally: the 40-megapixel Samsung Samsung GH1 has been replaced with a 12-megapixel Samsung 3LU.

But the two telephoto lenses remained the same -Sony IMX754 with a different set of lenses for 3x and 10x optical zoom. Recall that earlier information appeared that the telephoto would be changed in the Galaxy S24 Ultra, but there are no specific details yet. Samsung is likely to finally implement variable zoom technology, which will allow you to get rid of one of the sensors and achieve an intermediate figure of 5x or 7x. In the meantime, we are waiting for February 1 to assess the real progress in terms of shooting photos and videos. Samsung itself promises the best quality of night shooting on the main and front cameras. We'll see!

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